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Apple has lost its hardware mojo — but iPhone fans should be happier than ever (AAPL)

When Steve Jobs introduced the first iPhone over 10 years ago, he said that it was so advanced that it was "literally five years ahead of any other mobile phone." Jobs was wrong. It actually took a good eight years before the rest of the industry caught up. These days, though, it's become fashionable to argue that Apple is either falling behind the competition or soon will.
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